Road MMC for the city of Tshvane, Dikeledi Selava said the city could not interfere with third party issues, however she said it would help where it can.

The city of Tshvane said it needed an independent mediator to find a solution to the dispute over bus services to Tshvane Areenga. Photo: @ MbalulaFikile / Twitter

JOHANNESBURG – The city of Tshvane has said it needs an independent mediator to find a solution to the dispute over bus services to Tshvane Areenga.

Road MMC for the city of Tshvane, Dikeledi Selava said the city could not interfere with third party issues, however she said it would help where it can.

Numsa is demanding an increase in vehicles for its members working in the Areyeng bus service.

They currently receive 1,100 rupees, the union wants the aid to be increased to 2,500 rupees.

Numsa said its members also complain about access to safe and secure transport, especially since they allegedly have to work from 4 a.m. to 9 p.m.

The union gave the city until Wednesday to respond to his demands.

Selova said that despite the intervention, a mediator may be needed to resolve the issue.

“We are mediators and promote positions where they can negotiate and talk and come to a consensus among themselves, also taking into account working and conditions.”

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